Zinc is an essential mineral required by the body on a daily basis. A sufficient amount of Zinc is necessary for proper immune system function and numerous other vital body processes. This mineral can be obtained by consuming foods such as oysters, red meat and beans. However, most individuals in the United States consume less than recommended amounts, so supplementation may be a great option.†
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Zinc plays a role in normal physiological mechanisms of the body, including immune function, protein synthesis, tissue health, DNA synthesis, and cell division. It is also required for various aspects of cellular metabolism, including the synthesis of approximately 100 enzymes in the body. Supplementation of Zinc also supports skin health and healthy tissues, including the stomach, eyes, and immune cells. Zinc supports normal growth and development as well. This mineral supplement is particularly important for women to consume during pregnancy. Zinc and L-Carnosine are used by the body for many activities and also to help knit tissues together to support intestinal health. Bonding Zinc to L-Carnosine (a tiny di-peptide) helps retain the activities of these two valuable nutrients for a longer time, which is especially beneficial for helping to maintain the health and supporting the integrity of the intestines and digestive tract lining.†
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Swallow whole or chew one tablet with or after a meal, morning and evening: then 1-2 tablets daily for maintenance.
As a dietary supplement for adults, swallow whole or chew one tablet with or after a meal, morning and evening: then 1-2 tablets daily for maintenance.
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Research in Nutrients states that zinc supplementation can help to support immune system function and modulate inflammation in humans. Zinc is essential for the signaling pathways of white blood cell signaling done by the immune system, especially neutrophils. It is also involved in controlling oxidative stress and regulating inflammatory cytokines. Zinc plays an important function during an immune response and its balance is critical for maintaining proper immune function and repair and rebuild of healthy tissues. 
A study from the European Journal of Applied Physiology concluded that supplementation with L-Carnitine helps to enhance physical performance and endurance as well as speed up recovery in both animals and humans. It was also found that L-Carnitine supplementation helps to speed up recovery and rebuilding of healthy tissues from injury and strenuous exercise since blood L-Carnitine concentrations cause vasodilation in blood vessels during exercise. 
Research from Gut explains how supplementing with a bonded Zinc and L-Carnosine helps to repair the gut lining and stabilizes the small intestine in humans. This specific bonded supplement helps retain the activities of zinc and L-Carnosine for a longer time allowing for its gut health and small intestine health benefits. 
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